Dual Career programme

The University of Bath is home to a plethora of Dual Career student-athletes across a diverse range of sports who show exceptional achievement and potential in both their academic and sporting endeavours. To help maximise their potential in both fields, we provide a package of support tailored to the needs and demands of a Dual Career lifestyle.

Dual Career athletes are:

  • Recognised on their NGB Performance Pathway, or an NGB endorsed TASS athlete;
  • Studying full or part-time at the University of Bath (unless as a part of TASS);
  • Competing in an Olympic, Paralympic or Commonwealth sport;
  • Competing at an exceptional level in a sport outside of Olympic, Paralympic or Commonwealth sport that can contribute to BUCS Points.

Please be aware that this criteria is to be used as a guide only. Reaching these levels is not a guarantee that an application will be successful. We reserve the right to amend the criteria at any time. An applicants’ attitude and commitment to Team Bath is also taken into account.

Dual Career athletes receive:

  • Free access to the Team Bath Gym and facilities;
  • Access to a qualified lifestyle advisor who will support them through the demands of a Dual Career lifestyle;
  • A mentorship scheme;
  • Up to 75% off professional qualifications;
  • A series of workshops;
  • A parking permit (if you are a UK Sport Funded athlete at the Podium or Podium Potential Level);
  • Discounts within the STV Sports Café.

Click here to apply for Dual Career status – applications taken throughout the year.

Dual Career athletes 2019-20

Sport Athletes
Alpine Skiing Nicholas Moynihan.
Athletics Remilekun Adebiyi, Daniel Brooks, Elizabeth Clarke, Lana Culliford, Cameron Darkin-Price, Max Davies, Izzy Dye, Matthew Fay, Abigail Galpin, James Gladman, Megan Griffiths, Isobel Ives, Georgia Silcox, Ben Sutton, Sandy Wilson.
Badminton Andrew Heinemann, Joshua Hong, Emma Hooper, Kaylan Jensen, Jessica Li, Sam Lyle, Elizabeth McMorrow, George Priestman, Katie Scott.
Canoeing Ellie Burgess.
Cycling Luke Craddock, Harvey McNaughton, Cameron Preece, Adam Robertson.
Deaf football Lucy Durham.
Fencing Catherine Bishop, Becci Curwen, Costanza Maria Peretti.
Football Brooklyn Cheal-Ferris, Johnny (Rory) Gorman, Libby Piggott.
Hockey Alexander Batstone, Amelie Green.
Judo Charlotte (Charlie) Bond, Louis Delsol, Georgios Kroussaniotakis, Tom Nash, Jack Purllant, Adomas Puzelevicius, Imogen Ranner, James Reseigh.
Karate Thomas Kerslake.
Lacrosse Madison Jones, Imogen Macdonald.
Modern Pentathlon Guy Anderson, Olivia Green, Kieran Harby, Joshua Hood, William Howard, Okan Onay, Montgomery Podger, Jessica Sutton, Emma Whitaker, Sarah Wilson, James Wilton.
Netball Megan Conabeare, Kirsty Harris, Thalia Letori, Maya Meredith, Elisha New, Emma Payne, Becky Reed, Caitlin Rowley, Anna Scott, Annabel Staley.
Para-cheer Alexandra Gudgeon.
Rowing Max Elson, Phoebe Hayden, John Laurenson, James Martin, Hetty Palmer, Caitlan Wright.
Rugby Paul Altier, Chris Barry, Gwilym Bradley, Will Butt, Oliver Cattell, Arthur Cordwell, Rhys Davies, Sam Elrick, Simone Elrick, Morgan Evans, Archie Griffen, Xavier Hastings, Ethan Hutt, Jack Kenningham, Max Ojomah, Tom Rowland, Alex Varney.
Sailing Christopher Jones, Benno Marstellar.
Shooting Kristian Callaghan, Katie Hinkly.
Sombo Olivia Murtagh-Smith.
Swimming Tom Derbyshire, Elise Hedley, Filippos Iakovidis, Luke Turley, Emily Wood.
Synchro Diving Florence Smith.
Taekwondo Ryan Simpson.
Tennis Florence Abbott, Laurie Clark, Alisa Cole, Frederick Davies, Millie Devey Smith, Joshua Farmer, Callum Findlay, Oscar Glenister, Eleanor-Rose Griffiths, Claudia Hallsworth, Olivia Malkowski, Louis Newman, Rebekah Charlotte O’Loughlin, Francesco Paschetto.
Touch rugby Bronte Sykes.
Triathlon Alex Chantler-Mayne, Cedol Dafydd, Georgia Huddleston, Lewys John, Alice Patterson, Sarah-Jane Walker, Charlotte Williams.
Water Polo Ceri Griffiths, Charles Tod, Jack Tod, Joshua Yeoman.
Weightlifting Niamh Roach.
Windsurfing Ben Garewal.

Dual Career athletes 2018-19

Sport Athletes
Athletics James Gladman
Badminton Adam Colley, Andrew Heinemann, Joshua Hong, Jessica Li, Sam Lyle, Elizabeth McMorrow, Devon Minnis, George Nicolaou, Angus Pedersen, George Preistman
Bobsleigh Adam Hames
Canoeing Ellie Burgess
Cycling Harvey McNaughton
Eventing Rupert Batting
Fencing Costanza Maria Peretti
Football Emily Donovan, Florence Fyfe, Johnny Gorman, Libby Piggott
Hockey Amelie Green, Tess Hannah, Courtney Hansford
Judo Louis Delsol, Tom Nash, Jack Purllant, Adomas Puzelevicius
Karate Thomas Kerslake
Modern Pentathlon Olivia Green, Jamie Harper, Oliver Murray, Okan Onay, Montgomery Podger, Jessica Sutton, James Wilton
Netball Liberty Burnett, Sophie Carter, Kirsty Harris, Anya Le Monnier, Anna Lebe, Elisha New, Becky Reed, Imogen Spark, Francesca Wells
Rowing Luke Gwenter, Kate Hunt, John Laurenson, Georgia Martin, James Martin, Hetty Palmer, Matthew Rees, Joseph Russell, Max Valentine, Rebecca Wilde
Rugby Will Butt, Oliver Cattell, Arthur Cordwell, Rhys Davies, Grace Hood, Ethan Hutt, Jack Kenningham, Sam Ngeng, Simone Ngeng, Will Partington, Miles Reid, Tom Rowland
Sailing Benno Maratellar
Shooting Kristian Callaghan
Skiing Yasmine Cooper, Lloyd Wallace
Softball Hannah Pitman
Swimming Filippos Iakovidis, William Ryley, Emily Wood
Taekwondo Ryan Simpson
Tennis Florence Abbott, Tom Cartledge, Laurie Clark, Alisa Cole, Frederick Davies, Joshua Farmer, Callum Findlay, Eleanor-Rose Griffiths, Olivia Malkowski, Louis Newman, Rebekah Charlotte O’Loughlin, Francesco Paschetto
Trampolining Kirsty Way
Triathlon Alex Chantler-Mayne, Leon Chevalier
Water Polo Jack Tod

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